30 Days to 30%

1,838
Donors
131% of 1,400 Donor goal
$916,868
Donated
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About

Alumni, 

IGNORE the “100% of Goal” in the corner.  Yes, we have hit 30%!  And, yes, this is a huge accomplishment.

We are not stopping at 30% though. We can still do better this year!  Landon has hit 31% and St. Alban's is at 43%.  Also, our Jesuit brothers down on Eye Street heard they had fallen below Prep, and are, likewise, beating the drum for participation. Their goal is 40% and, gentlemen, we actually have 40% in our sights! Let's take down Landon, aim for St. Alban's and make sure Gonzaga doesn't sneak up on us. 

I'm sure you've heard this before, but tuition alone does not cover the full cost of a Prep student's experience.  The Annual Fund directly supports financial aid, technology improvements, faculty development and so much more.  Each and every one of us have benefited from alumni before us giving back to the Annual Fund during our time at Prep.  

We have until June 30 to make a difference.  We all hold Prep in a special place in our hearts. Thank you for showing your Prep Pride and joining the 1,400+ other alumni that have given back this year.

Hoya Saxa,

Dave Belford '95 

President, GPAA 

P.S. If you need a little motivation, here is a chant to get you going!  As a former Booster, it brings back memories.


About the Annual Fund

Alumni have been giving back to Prep since its founding in 1789. This financial support has allowed Georgetown Prep to carry out John Carroll's vision for generations of young men to be shaped into men for others.  We hope you will help us carry on that responsibility and ensure the quality of a Georgetown Prep education for our current students as well as those to come.

The Annual Fund is the main fundraising vehicle for Prep to close the gap between tuition and our operating budget.  

Why Give?

First, participating in the Annual Fund to the best of your ability is one of the most meaningful ways to show support for Georgetown Prep and the people who make a difference.

Second, the Annual Fund ensures quality in all that Prep is and does. It secures the current educational experience that we, as alumni, have come to value and respect. Our students deserve the best education that we can provide.

Third, donors who we approach for major investments in Prep put a high premium on the percentage of alumni and parents that support the Annual Fund. Generous and widespread support indicates to them that “the customers are satisfied” and the school is worthy of their investment.

What is our Goal?

Our goal for the 2016-17 Annual Fund is 30% Alumni Participation - 1,400 Alumni. 

Updates
You did it!

The Alumni have reached 40% Participation. Thank you to each and every one of you, especially Tharadol (Donny) Chantrangkurn '96, whose gift lifted our alumni to over 40% participation!

2280 days ago by Dani Perraut DeWitt
35 More donors until 40%

Who will be Donor #1832 to take us over the top?  Here are the class leaderboard updates!


'47          78%

'17          76%

'96          67%

'67          66%

'88          64%

'65          63%

'49          62%

'62          58%

'68          58%

'50          57%

'10          55%

'12          52%

'61          50%

'69          50%

'77          48%

'09          47%

'89          47%

'95          46%

'70          45%

'51          43%

'71          42%

'84          41%

'11          41%

'93          41%

'59          41%

'01          41%

'76          40%

'13          39%

'14          39%

'97          39%

'66          39%

'08          38%

'90          38%

'15          38%

'72          37%

'83          36%

'07          36%

'92          36%

'06          36%

'79          35%

'87          35%

'56          35%

'60          34%

'94          34%

'48          33%

'57          33%

'75          33%

'81          33%

'91          33%

'00          33%

'64          32%

'55          32%

'02          32%

'03          31%

'74          31%

'04          30%

'05          30%

'78          30%

'16          29%

'99          28%

'85          28%

'98          28%

'80          27%

'58          26%

'86          25%

'45          25%

'73          24%

'82          24%

'54          24%

'63          22%

'46          20%

'53          18%

'52          13%


2281 days ago by Dani Perraut DeWitt
30 Hours Left - See how your class is doing!

We are at 36%!  We need only 175 more donors in the next 30 hours to reach 40%.  Encourage your classmates to join in the success. We also take Venmo! (@Georgetownprep) 


Hoya Saxa!


'47 - 78%
'17 - 76%
'96 - 64%
'67 - 63%
'88 - 62%
'49 - 62%
'65 - 59%
'62 - 58%
'50 - 57%
'68 - 54%
'10 - 53%
'61 - 50%
'77 - 48%
'09 - 45%
'12 - 44%
'69 - 42%
'89 - 41%
'95 - 41%
'76 - 40%
'11 - 40%
'66 - 39%
'93 - 38%
'71 - 38%
'97 - 38%
'01 - 37%
'84 - 37%
'59 - 36%
'08 - 36%
'51 - 36%
'15 - 35%
'72 - 35%
'60 - 34%
'90 - 34%
'94 - 34%
'07 - 34%
'48 - 33%
'57 - 33%
'92 - 33%
'70 - 32%
'55 - 32%
'03 - 31%
'83 - 31%
'74 - 31%
'06 - 31%
'79 - 31%
'81 - 30%
'56 - 30%
'75 - 30%
'78 - 30%
'02 - 29%
'64 - 29%
'13 - 29%
'04 - 28%
'05 - 28%
'14 - 28%
'98 - 28%
'91 - 28%
'87 - 27%
'16 - 27%
'58 - 26%
'80 - 26%
'99 - 25%
'45 - 25%
'00 - 25%
'86 - 24%
'73 - 24%
'54 - 24%
'82 - 22%
'63 - 22%
'85 - 21%
'46 - 20%
'53 - 18%
'52 - 13%

2281 days ago by Chris Hampton
Best of the...

We are 9 days in Gentlemen and below are your leaders for each decade.  Remember the highest participation rate last year was put up by 1988 and 1965 at 54% with 1968 right behind at 53%.  


Thank you all for spreading the word to your classmates to participate.  Not sure how?  Check out the advocate tab on the Campaign page or contact alumni@gprep.org. Hoya Saxa!  


This tune's for you...


2010's
  • 2012 @ 39% - Highest Rate and Most Improved Up 21%
  • Top Song of 2012 - "Somebody That I Used to Know" by Gotye featuring Kimbra
2000's
  • 2009 @ 31% - Highest Rate and Most Improved Up 6%
  • Top Song of 2009 - "Boom Boom Pow" by the Black Eyed Peas
1990's
  • 1992 @ 27% - Highest Rate, 1995 @ 26% - Most Improved Up 6%
  • Top Song of 1992 - "End of the Road" by Boyz II Men
1980's
  • 1988 @ 52% - Highest Rate, 1982 @ 18% - Most Improved Up 3%
  • Top Song of 1988 - "Faith" by George Michael
  • Top Song of 1982 - "Physical" by Olivia Newton John
1970's
  • 1977 @ 31% - Highest Rate, 1973 @ 22% - Most Improved Up 6%
  • Top Song of 1977 - "Tonight's the Night" by Rod Stewart
  • Top Song of 1973 - "Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree" by Tony Orlando and Dawn
1960's
  • 1961 and 1967 @ 44% - Highest Rate, 1961 - Most Improved Up 20%
  • Top Song of 1961 - "Tossin' and Turnin'" by Bobby Lewis
  • Top Song of 1967 - "To Sir with Love" by Lulu
1950's
  • 1951 @ 36% - Highest Rate, 1957 @ 32% - Most Improved Up 14%
  • Top Song of 1951 - "Too Young" by Nat King Cole
  • Top Song of 1957 - "All Shook Up" by Elvis Presley
1940's
  • 1947 @ 78% - Highest Rate and Most Improved Up 47%
  • Top Song of 1947 - "Near You" by Francis Craig
2302 days ago by Dani Perraut DeWitt
Most Improved!

The Class of 2012 is leading the Most Improved pack!  They are 16% higher already than last year and word is they aren’t planning on slowing down.  


Shout out as well to the thirteen classes that are over 30%:
'17 - 31%
'12 - 35%
'10 - 32%
'88 - 48%
'77 - 30%
'68 - 40%
'67 - 43%
'65 - 33%
'62 - 38%
'61 - 38%
'49 - 43%
'47 - 70%
'43 - 50%


Make sure you watched the great video posted on the 30 to 30 page as well.  28 Days and 460 Donors to go. Spread the word.  Hoya Saxa!

2309 days ago by Dani Perraut DeWitt
Wondering How Your Class Measures Up?

30% of our classes made it over 30% by the end last year.  We are looking for 100% at 30% and above this year! Currently ten classes are ahead of the game and over 30% already.  You can also check out the Leaderboards and Heat Maps on the "Donors" Tab.


List including Current and Last Year's Participation Rate:

  • Class of '17 - 26% Currently, 0% 15-16
  • Class of '16 - 14% Currently, 50% 15-16
  • Class of '15 - 14% Currently, 27% 15-16
  • Class of '14 - 19% Currently, 17% 15-16
  • Class of '13 - 11% Currently, 16% 15-16
  • Class of '12 - 27% Currently, 18% 15-16
  • Class of '11 - 16% Currently, 27% 15-16
  • Class of '10 - 18% Currently, 23% 15-16
  • Class of '09 - 14% Currently, 25% 15-16
  • Class of '08 - 15% Currently, 33% 15-16
  • Class of '07 - 13% Currently, 34% 15-16
  • Class of '06 - 14% Currently, 32% 15-16
  • Class of '05 - 11% Currently, 26% 15-16
  • Class of '04 - 8% Currently, 25% 15-16
  • Class of '03 - 20% Currently, 21% 15-16
  • Class of '02 - 18% Currently, 21% 15-16
  • Class of '01 - 15% Currently, 25% 15-16
  • Class of '00 - 18% Currently, 15% 15-16
  • Class of '99 - 14% Currently, 27% 15-16
  • Class of '98 - 15% Currently, 20% 15-16
  • Class of '97 - 10% Currently, 21% 15-16
  • Class of '96 - 8% Currently, 19% 15-16
  • Class of '95 - 25% Currently, 20% 15-16
  • Class of '94 - 17% Currently, 33% 15-16
  • Class of '93 - 13% Currently, 27% 15-16
  • Class of '92 - 28% Currently, 27% 15-16
  • Class of '91 - 13% Currently, 19% 15-16
  • Class of '90 - 13% Currently, 31% 15-16
  • Class of '89 - 16% Currently, 43% 15-16
  • Class of '88 - 36% Currently, 54% 15-16
  • Class of '87 - 12% Currently, 26% 15-16
  • Class of '86 - 18% Currently, 20% 15-16
  • Class of '85 - 5% Currently, 28% 15-16
  • Class of '84 - 18% Currently, 47% 15-16
  • Class of '83 - 19% Currently, 34% 15-16
  • Class of '82 - 18% Currently, 14% 15-16
  • Class of '81 - 23% Currently, 26% 15-16
  • Class of '80 - 14% Currently, 20% 15-16
  • Class of '79 - 21% Currently, 24% 15-16
  • Class of '78 - 14% Currently, 22% 15-16
  • Class of '77 - 30% Currently, 30% 15-16
  • Class of '76 - 25% Currently, 34% 15-16
  • Class of '75 - 19% Currently, 25% 15-16
  • Class of '74 - 17% Currently, 22% 15-16
  • Class of '73 - 20% Currently, 16% 15-16
  • Class of '72 - 18% Currently, 21% 15-16
  • Class of '71 - 16% Currently, 23% 15-16
  • Class of '70 - 10% Currently, 21% 15-16
  • Class of '69 - 27% Currently, 39% 15-16
  • Class of '68 - 38% Currently, 53% 15-16
  • Class of '67 - 43% Currently, 37% 15-16
  • Class of '66 - 26% Currently, 22% 15-16
  • Class of '65 - 26% Currently, 54% 15-16
  • Class of '64 - 13% Currently, 23% 15-16
  • Class of '63 - 19% Currently, 26% 15-16
  • Class of '62 - 38% Currently, 38% 15-16
  • Class of '61 - 38% Currently, 24% 15-16
  • Class of '60 - 27% Currently, 40% 15-16
  • Class of '59 - 29% Currently, 36% 15-16
  • Class of '58 - 19% Currently, 33% 15-16
  • Class of '57 - 27% Currently, 18% 15-16
  • Class of '56 - 24% Currently, 39% 15-16
  • Class of '55 - 25% Currently, 21% 15-16
  • Class of '54 - 18% Currently, 23% 15-16
  • Class of '53 - 13% Currently, 14% 15-16
  • Class of '52 - 9% Currently, 7% 15-16
  • Class of '51 - 29% Currently, 29% 15-16
  • Class of '50 - 18% Currently, 50% 15-16
  • Class of '49 - 43% Currently, 46% 15-16
  • Class of '48 - 25% Currently, 25% 15-16
  • Class of '47 - 60% Currently, 31% 15-16
  • Class of '46 - 14% Currently, 11% 15-16
  • Class of '45 - 25% Currently, 0% 15-16
  • Class of '44 - 0% Currently, 0% 15-16
  • Class of '43 - 50% Currently, 50% 15-16
  • Class of '42 - 0% Currently, 0% 15-16
  • Class of '41 - 100% Currently, 0% 15-16
2311 days ago by Dani Perraut DeWitt

Donor Maps
Class LeaderboardThe Class Leaderboard reflects giving from Students, Alumni
AffiliationDonors$ RaisedGoal (Donors)%
201755$7,71411249.1
201054$4,49232168.8
199652$10,40122236.4
198848$19,02644109.1
201243$2,01832134.4
200939$7,26028139.3
201536$2,31620180.0
200136$14,63027133.3
200833$3,92431106.5
200632$5,8403494.1
198932$9,6603397.0
200732$4,16532100.0
199530$4,98022136.4
199730$8,77523130.4
201130$4,1053585.7
201428$2,2273580.0
200228$6,7292996.6
196828$10,19326107.7
201628$1,3883775.7
199327$7,99321128.6
197727$17,66023117.4
200327$5,42026103.8
198326$62,4702796.3
200526$6,2402989.7
198126$43,57525104.0
200426$4,8643183.9
199925$6,4252696.2
200025$7,25825100.0
199225$19,51822113.6
199424$28,4382596.0
198724$28,02023104.3
197124$17,79721114.3
199124$7,6402596.0
196723$7,11720115.0
198423$11,3353467.6
199022$15,4302395.7
196922$16,49119115.8
197922$10,45919115.8
201322$1,2423268.8
196521$15,6982391.3
197620$29,72520100.0
198220$16,0402387.0
198520$11,7402387.0
196219$11,22516118.8
199819$4,3282479.2
198018$11,4502185.7
197818$5,6252090.0
197517$31,8061989.5
196617$93,32914121.4
197217$15,17517100.0
198616$28,9802272.7
197416$13,0441794.1
196115$9,72513115.4
197313$4,9961872.2
197012$3,6801866.7
196011$1,4501291.7
196410$3,9801283.3
195910$4,3259111.1
19578$1,0508100.0
19497$30,2507100.0
19477$2,747977.8
19586$2,900966.7
19566$4,150875.0
19556$8,755785.7
19506$10,800875.0
19485$1,450683.3
19515$1,5005100.0
19635$2,730862.5
19545$2,1805100.0
19534$875757.1
19522$300728.6
19461$20,000250.0
19451$300250.0
19431$1001100.0
19411$251100.0
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